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FFL Scouting Report: Grand Prix Park City


McRae Williams: $21,000 - Owned: 15.30%

Williams is far and away one of the most consistent slopestyle skiers in the field for the Park City Grand Prix, but so far this year seems to not have had the best of luck. Skiing at his home mountain could be just the change he needs to finally find his way atop the podium, and with a price tag of only $21,000, he could be a good bet for this contest.

Evan McEachran: $19,500 - Owned: 4.57%

Mr. McEachran is on the cusp of another big result in a slopestyle contest. After surprising many at last years AFP World Championships, he has been consistently making his way up leaderboards and is bound to have another podium performance sooner or later. Only 4.57% of FFL has picked up Evan. At just $19,500, he is certainly one of the best bargains out of the entire field.

Torin Yater-Wallace: $23,000 - Owned: 65.14%

Although Yater-Wallace has not been able to put down many results so far this year, he is still a podium threat in any halfpipe contest he enters. He seems to be healthy and skiing well leading us to believe we may see yet another big finish out of Torin at this week's Grand Prix.

Aaron Blunck: $25,000 - Owned: 8.81%

Blunck has come up just short in several contests already this year, but not for a lack of effort as he seems to be dialing in a new run that will be giving the top guys a run for their money. Aaron could easily sneak up on the field at this contest and find his way to the podium; hence it might be a good idea for the other 91.29% of FFL to reconsider adding him to their team.

Annalisa Drew: $25,500 - Owned: 7.05%

A few days before X Games, Drew badly broke her collarbone, but against all odds still managed to take her runs. She had been skiing extremely well beforehand and since then has allowed for a bit more recovery time and will undoubtedly be coming out swinging at this Grand Prix. Annalisa is one of the only girls in the field with a run that could contest Maddie Bowman and this could be the contest that she puts it down and comes away with the win.

Anouk Purnelle-Faniel: $23,000 - Owned: 0.96%

Purnelle-Faniel is not yet a well-established name in the women's slopestyle scene, but with the runs she has been putting down thus far this year it would not be surprising to see her start to find her way onto the podium at these big events. With less than one percent of FFL having her on their roster, Anouk could be just the wild card you need going into the Park City GP.

Anina Kuzma: $33,000 - Owned: 4.49%

Janina Kuzma has risen through the ranks in the women's halfpipe field and proven over the past few years that she is indeed a major force in these contests. She has consistently been finishing high in the results and it would not be surprising to see her find her way back into a podium finish at this weeks GP. With 198 total points this year in FFL overall it comes as a bit of a surprise that less than 5% of the league has her on their team, especially considering how constantly she is achieving these results.

Keri Herman: $27,500 - Owned: 19.71%

Coming off a concussion she sustained during her last run at X Games, Herman is back, skiing well and ready to put down her best run at this Grand Prix. In two contests so far this year she has a first and second place finish, leading us to believe she may find herself right around the podium this week in Park City.

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